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Christ and the Apostles are united in teaching how many and who is the real God.
Similar to other true Christians, according to Apostle Paul, there is only one God, the Father—not the Son and more so not the Holy Spirit.
Manalo, together with his wife, went to Punta, Santa Ana, Manila, in November 1913 and started preaching.
He left the congregation in the care of his first ordained minister and returned to his native Taguig to evangelise; there, he was ridiculed and stoned at his meetings with locals.
On November 1913, Manalo secluded himself with religious literature and unused notebooks in a friend's house in Pasay, instructing everyone in the house not to disturb him.
He emerged from seclusion three days later with his new-found doctrines.
Adherents profess Jesus' substitutionary role in the redemption of humankind.
He is believed to have been "foreordained before the foundation of the world" and sent by God "to deal with sin".
The Iglesia ni Cristo says that the official name of the true church is "Church of Christ or Iglesia Ni Cristo (in Tagalog)".
Meanwhile, its first concrete chapel was built in Sampaloc, Manila, in 1948. Manalo officiated the inaugural worship service of the church in Ewa Beach, Honolulu, Hawaii—the first mission of the church outside the Philippines.
The following month, INC established the San Francisco congregation.
INC doctrine cites that the official registration of the church with the government of the Philippines on July 27, 1914, by Felix Y.
Manalo—upheld by its members to be the last messenger of God—was an act of divine providence and the fulfillment of biblical prophecy concerning the re-establishment of the original church of Christ in the Far East In 2015, the Philippine census by the Philippine Statistics Authority found that 2.64% of the population in the Philippines are affiliated with the Iglesia Ni Cristo, making it the religion with the third largest number of adherents, with Islam at 6.01% and Roman Catholicism at 79.53%. Manalo, born on May 10, 1886, in Taguig, Philippines, was baptized in the Roman Catholic Church.